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  1. #31
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    And playing behind a friend's Malibu Wakesetter (2011?) I think it had 750 in the rear and 5 guys on board. Push for dayz.



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    Wisconsin is kinda gray area lol. If you are practicing for a competition you do not need them. So when we surf we are always practicing.

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  3. #33
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    Quote Originally Posted by New Guy View Post
    Wisconsin is kinda gray area lol. If you are practicing for a competition you do not need them. So when we surf we are always practicing.

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    ROFL!!!! Nice. I'd sink my head doing my standard deep water start though. Do you guys platform start?
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  4. #34
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    Quote Originally Posted by trayson View Post
    ROFL!!!! Nice. I'd sink my head doing my standard deep water start though. Do you guys platform start?
    Nope standard start I guess I don't even think about it. When I was younger we did it wakeboarding once, once being the key word because it is really difficult to swim with something floating on your feet. Lesson learned lol.
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    1,000 rear surf side
    400 where cooler was cut out
    400 center ski locker
    400 in the floor bow
    Wake plate: almost all the way up

    Edit: when I throw half the bag from the bow walkway up onto the front cushion almost over the front bow, the pocket is noticeably longer!!!
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  6. #36
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    Default Re: Let's see your surf wave

    Quote Originally Posted by trayson View Post
    You don't have life vest laws where you live? Wierd to see no jackets...
    I ride no jacket while surfing relatively often. Even if I wear my jacket it's not USCG anyway, might as well be a shirt in the eyes of the law. I'm surprised to hear there are life jacket laws regulating it anywhere. You are basically swimming when you surf, as you are not being pulled by the boat lol (except the start). Regardless, in Michigan, there are no life jacket regulations for a person in tow except in tow behind a PWC for some odd reason.

    That being said, I've never not worn one except surfing. Wakeboarding without would be a really bad idea.

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    Surfing along - no lifejacket.

    Begin suffering from dehydration.

    Observer in boat tosses you a beer
    ...but makes a bad toss.

    Clunk, lights out.

    Everyone laughing too hard to realize they should be turning around to pick you up.

    Sleeping with the fishes...


    Whoa- this is almost like deja vu!
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    Default Re: Let's see your surf wave

    Quote Originally Posted by KG's Supra24 View Post
    Here are several surf pics I could quickly track down ....

    Goofy side surf wave ...

    Can I have a couple of her for ballast....


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    maybe it's the age thing, but I don't for the life of me understand surfing without a lifejacket. I know I've had a couple close calls falling with the board. all it takes is once for it to pop you in the head. I don't know the laws in WI(yet), but in ID, behind a boat? no jacket? instant ticket and long lecture from the po-po while they look for more tickets. I know I don't want my liability insurance paying off a drowning. I don't understand the comp vest thing either. if you're going to wear it, make it float ya. I have heard "true lifevests are too constrictive" from the same guys that all they can do is go wake to wake, but I guess at least it's something...

    ok off soapbox and back on track..

    @ clarkely- you want 300lb guys for ballast. although nice for scenery, she's not doing much for that wave
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    If you have her three.... You attract multiple guys for ballast..... Lol

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